The Creation of Adam
Geneticists claim to have found faster ways. to reconstruct the DNA of ancient groups from partial samples. A summary of this work appears in the latest edition of Science magazine titled Revolution in human evolution. This title refers to the ability to sequence ancient genes a hundred times faster than previously possible, but leads to a number of more significant revelations. One, which the evolutionists want to hang unto is: “Ancient DNA has led to the discovery of new types of ancient humans and revealed interbreeding between our ancestors and our archaic cousins, which left a genetic legacy that shapes our health and appearance today.” But what most upset the evolutionists is the finding that modern humans did not ‘evolve’ from Neanderthals. ” The team found that Neanderhals did indeed have a genome distinct from our own—but conclude that living Europeans and Asians had inherited 1% to 3% of their DNA from Neandertals (Science, 7 May 2010, p. 680). This is interpreted to mean that there were a few interactions between ‘óur ancestors’ and Neanderthals in the distant past, however, this is not the case.
The Creation of Adam
What evolutionists fail to grasp is the process by which the Kingdom of God created Adam (mankind). The first step was to destroy 99.99% of the hominids on Earth by at least four overturnings of the Earth during the Younger Dryas and two by proto-Venus about 4000 BC. These caused the oceans to rush across the continents, producing the so-called K-T extinction event and the Cenezoic. The destructions which preceded the creation of mankind are simply stated in Genesis 1:2 And the Earth became void and without form. This was done to eliminate the previously existing Neanderthal and Denisovan gene pool. Then, to preserve the diversity of peoples, the ‘elohiym went to all corners of the world and upgraded the DNA of the few surviving couples, giving them the skulls, larynx, vocal chords and most importantly, intelligence and creativity, centered in the complex conceptual language center in the human brain that characterizes mankind (see Noam Chomsky).
Moreover, two sepatate revelations of God’s creation of man are present in:
Genesis 1:27 So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.and Genesis 2;7,18,21,22,23 And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. And the Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof; And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man. And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.
These emphasize that the creation of a new species required both a man and a woman – a point which random evolution cannot explain. In the Bible, repetition is used for emphasizing a point. The creation of man from “the dust of the ground” suggests the use of the surviving hominids as a basis for upgrading to form Adam. Much of the existing DNA, such as the basics of the human torso, adaptations for climate, disease resistance, skin color and perhaps even some memories which the more primitive forms had in each area, remain as part of human DNA. The ‘rib’ embellishment may even be a clue to this upgrading. This does not mean, as most evolutionist academics still preach, that any humans ever interbred with primitive forms, since they had already been eliminated. Geneticists today can recognize only a small percent of the total DNA – i.e. the ‘subroutines’ that determine proteins, but do not understand why they are present in different patterns and orders in different species or the meaning of the ‘junk DNA’, the ‘building instructions’ between them. Clues to the creation of human intelligence are hidden within profound differences of the ancient and modern DNA. Perhaps geneticists can stop trying to prove mankind evolved from apes and concentrate on this.
One of the fundamental aspects of human language, according to
Chomsky, is its creative nature. This sentence has probably never been produced before in
the history of the world. the same is true for much of what we say every day. So,we do not seem to learn or to speak language by purely imitating other people.